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E. Duke Vincent, Emmy-Winning TV Producer, Dies at 91

E. Duke Vincent, an Emmy-winning TV producer, died on Feb. 10 in Montecito, Calif. He was 91. With Aaron Spelling, the duo worked on 43 TV series, such as “Dynasty,” “Hotel,” “Vegas,” “Matt Houston,” “The Colbys,” “Beverly Hills 90210” and “Melrose Place,” in addition to seven

How ‘Tenet’ Helps Explain ‘Oppenheimer’

Christopher Nolan seems primed for the sort of coronation the Oscars bestow now and again — his film “Oppenheimer’s” sweep of precursor awards has had a sort of lumbering majesty to it, a sense that the grandest spectacle of the year is about to get a commensurate celebration

A Hopeful Sign for Mid-Sized Movies

Berlin’s European Film Market was the first big test of the post-strike indie film market. Executives were cautiously optimistic ahead of the EFM, reporting a “flood” of big, star-stocked projects that came together just ahead of the market, including A Big Bold Beautiful

Alec Baldwin’s ‘Rust’ Manslaughter Trial Set for July

The trial of Alec Baldwin on involuntary manslaughter in the accidental shooting on the set of “Rust” will begin on July 9, a judge in Santa Fe, N.M., ruled on Monday. Jury selection is scheduled to begin that day. Testimony will begin July 10, and the trial is scheduled to

Ryan Gosling Will Perform ‘I’m Just Ken’ at the Oscars

After months of speculation, Ryan Gosling will officially perform “I’m Just Ken” live at the Oscars. Sources tell Variety that the actor will sing the Academy Award-nominated song from “Barbie” during the 96th annual ceremony on March 10. The Academy declined to comment.

Gemma Garcia to Lead Noticias Telemundo

Gemma Garcia has been named the new head of Noticias Telemundo, Telemundo’s news division, a move that puts an executive with deep experience in digital content and distribution in charge of the company’s news operations She will report directly to Luis Fernández, chairman of

Feinberg Snapshot: Down to the Wire

Best Actor Cillian Murphy, Oppenheimer The Irishman is thought to be in a tight race with The Holdovers’ Paul Giamatti, so his Feb. 18 BAFTA win and 60 Minutes segment, after his latest film, Small Things Like These, opened the Berlin Film Festival on Feb. 15, provided a nice